Mashups using the same API (18)
Reads blog posts and tries to guess who the author is in terms of gender, age, mood etc.
Puts news headlines from Daylife in an interactive timeline, flipbook, or map view.
What's the colour of your blog? blogRGB classifies and visualizes blogs in a creative way - treating colours as text-metaphors and using AI classifiers. Analysis of colour metaphors in blog...
The initial buzz at drinks for the end of day one of API Strategy and Practice was: “Our minds have been blown.” The audience response is evident from three talks yesterday at API Strategy and Practice in Amsterdam. Presentations aimed at developers moved from a global rethink of what coding actually is (Mike Amundsen) to how to think and manage APIs as the core unit in distributed systems (John Sheehan) to a best practice daily toolkit for developers writing code and integrating APIs (Bruno Pedro).
For decades, public radio in the United States has provided accessible news and educational content to millions of listeners. Despite its popularity, traditional radio has a local broadcast range and limited opportunities for interactivity, and the rise of online social media has challenged public broadcasters to redefine their roles for the Internet age. National Public Radio (NPR), which produces popular programs such as All Things Considered and Talk of the Nation, has been a pioneer in embracing web technology by making its content available through a rich, standards-based API. Until now, the API operated much like a broadcast radio station, as it could only be used to retrieve content from a central location. However, NPR has taken a major step toward incorporating the read-write capabilities of the web for content delivery, with its announcement of a new feature called API Ingest. This update which will allow authorized stations to not only download programming, but to post content to the NPR API.
Augmented reality applications are in demand as businesses try to create an application experience that is truly memorable. The Autonomy unit of Hewlett-Packard created Aurasma to enable building those types of application. The Aurasma content management system exposes triggers through which videos, images or 3D models are automatically launched.
Ontotext S4 News Classifier
||The News Classifier API aims to assign each input document a category, based on the 17 top-level categories of IPTC Subject Reference System. The API also allows for a the two more category...||Text||10.17.2015|
IBM Watson AlchemyData News
||The IBM Watson AlchemyData News API enables users to query the world's news sources and blogs as they would a database. AlchemyData News indexes 250,000 to 300,000 news and blog articles every day...||Content||10.06.2015|
||The Nzbplanet API allows developers to access the nzb and index data by integrating the API service into their applications. This API is Rest based, and the output formats are xml and json. Nzbplanet...||Data||09.02.2015|
||The XigniteGlobalNews API allows developers to retrieve headlines and summaries for news articles relating to the economy, business, or the financial sector. The API also covers news on metals,...||Financial||08.18.2015|
||The Kabonky News API allows developers to integrate the news services from Kabonky with their applications, enabling their users to directly access Kabonky News from the applications. Kabonky is a...||News Services||08.06.2015|